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Scottish Premiership Weekend Accumulator: Celtic's title party forms 104/1 four-fold

Celtic can wrap up the Scottish Premiership title with four games to spare when they make the trip to Hearts on Sunday afternoon, while second-place Rangers are also in action.

The Bhoys know a victory would guarantee league glory for a 53rd time, putting them within two of Rangers' all-time record, and Ange Postecoglou's side look ready to oblige when they head to Tynecastle Park. 

If Celtic pick up the win as expected, it could be a sombre mood at Ibrox as Rangers take on Aberdeen, with that contest starting 45 minutes later than the Hoops trip to Hearts. 

Kilmarnock's visit to Motherwell and Hibernian's home clash against St Mirren, both on Saturday, make up our four-fold that comes out at 104/1.

Weekend four-fold:

Hibernian to beat St Mirren @ 1/1 

Both teams to score in Motherwell v Kilmarnock @ 3/4  

Celtic to beat Hearts and both teams to score @ 6/4  

Aberdeen to beat Rangers @ 11/1

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Hibs to boost European hopes

WhatHibernian v St Mirren
WhereEaster Road, Edinburgh
When15:00, Saturday 6th May
OddsHibernian 1/1, Draw 12/5, St Mirren 14/5

Hibernian and St Mirren managed to make the cut for the top-six split in the Scottish Premiership and they both still have a chance of catching Hearts in fifth, with the two chasing sides four points behind the Jam Tarts. 

It could be a close encounter at Easter Road, but it is one that should go the way of Lee Johnson's side, who are on a two-game unbeaten run after following a 1-0 victory over Hearts with a 1-1 draw against St Johnstone. 

Hibs have won three of the last five home encounters and they will be confident of overcoming a St Mirren side that have lost their last two outings, going down 5-2 to Rangers and 2-0 to Kilmarnock. 

With the Saints also picking up just two away league wins from their last 14 attempts, backing Hibernian To Win at 1/1 in the Full Time Result market looks like the smart play.

Goals on the agenda at Fir Park

WhatMotherwell v Kilmarnock
WhereFir Park, Motherwell
When15:00, Saturday 6th May
OddsMotherwell 6/5, Draw 12/5, Kilmarnock 9/4

Kilmarnock are embroiled in a relegation battle and they head to Motherwell occupying the Premiership play-off final place, while rock-bottom Ross County are only four points behind them. 

The Steelmen are also not assured of their top-flight status, as they sit six points clear of Saturday's opponents, so both teams are likely to be going all out for the victory. 

This could turn out to be a high-scoring affair and backing Both Team to Score at 3/4 could prove prudent given the attacking performances of both sides leading into this encounter. 

Motherwell have scored in each of their last 11 games across all competitions, last failing to find the back of the net on 1st February, while Killie have scored in seven of their last eight assignments. 

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Party time for Hoops

WhatHearts v Celtic
WhereTynecastle Park, Edinburgh
When14:15, Sunday 7th May
How to watchSky Sports Football & Main Event
OddsHearts 15/2, Draw 9/2, Celtic 1/3

Celtic are just one victory away from successfully defending their title and staying on course for the treble as they prepare to head to Edinburgh to take on Hearts

The Bhoys are on a 27-game unbeaten streak, having last tasted defeat at the hands of Real Madrid in the Champions League back on 2nd November, while their only defeat in the league this season remains the 2-0 loss at St Mirren in September. 

It has been an attacking masterclass from Postecoglou's troops, who have scored a division-high 103 goals, and that defeat at St Mirren is the only away top-flight match they have failed to score in this season. 

A victory looks very likely, but there is hope that Hearts will at least grab a consolation, as they have scored 12 goals in their last four home assignments and have netted in four of the last six meetings with Celtic. 

The 6/4 on Celtic to win and both teams to score in Result/Both Team to Score is hard to ignore.  

Aberdeen to extend winning streak

WhatRangers v Aberdeen
WhereIbrox Stadium, Glasgow
When15:00, Sunday 7th May
OddsRangers 1/4, Draw 19/4, Aberdeen 11/1

It could be a flat atmosphere at Ibrox with rivals Celtic closing in on the title and with nothing else to play for this season, the Gers could let their levels drop and this will open the door for Aberdeen to get a positive result. 

Michael Beale's side have lost three of their last four matches, the most recent of those defeats the Scottish FA Cup semi-final loss to the Bhoys, in what has been a disappointing end to the campaign for the Light Blues. 

Aberdeen's last match was actually a home clash against Rangers and the hosts prevailed 2-0, extending their winning streak to a fantastic seven matches. 

All but one of those victories have come with clean sheets and Barry Robson's side are playing with such confidence right now, and it is hard to pass them over in the Full Time Result market at 11/1 To Win. 

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